Eric Asempah, Hillary Birch, Yuliya Chorna and Nilanjana Ganguli will present their global health research and share insights during the third annual Global Health Graduate Scholars Symposium.
She has led the York University Lions women’s volleyball program since 2018, and now head coach Jennifer Neilson will lead the next generation of Ontarian high performance athletes after she was named head coach of Team Ontario’s indoor volleyball program for the 2025 Canada Summer Games in St. John’s, Nfld.
A new book that explores how machine learning can be applied to decision-making in practical settings is co-authored by three York faculty members along with a colleague from Ontario Health.
Professor Jonathan Obar urges online shoppers to pay closer attention to terms of service this holiday season, after research shows most ignore the fine print.
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It’s a rare experience – even for seasoned lawyers. But a select group of students at Osgoode Hall Law School can now add the Supreme Court of Canada to their resumes through their work on a case that will be heard Nov. 29.
Professors Jennifer Bonnell and Sean Kheraj published a new open access book exploring the ways that historians study and analyze the histories of animals.
Performed by students in all years of York’s undergraduate program in dance, this series engages with social justice-oriented themes of resistance and rebellion.
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The emerging pandemic of antimicrobial resistance and challenges to addressing it have parallels with climate change, said experts at a recent online panel on AMR Policy Leadership and Innovation, hosted by York University’s Global Strategy Lab.
The Senate Committee on Awards invites current or emeritus tenure-stream faculty members to nominate colleagues for the President’s Research Excellence Awards. The deadline is Dec. 16.
Monkeypox spreading to urban wildlife could lead to repeated outbreaks, shows mathematical modelling study
Mathematical modelling research in the Faculty of Science, in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada, shows that it would become difficult to control monkeypox outbreaks in a metropolitan area if the virus were to spill over into wild animal hosts, such as rodents.
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Twenty-seven years in the making, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design Film Professor Ali Kazimi’s documentary about an autonomous Indigenous people’s struggle to overturn their legal extinction is set to receive its global premiere.